The purpose of this survey is to capture your views on the draft ten year Rights of Way Improvement Plan for the county. It will take around 10 minutes of your time to complete. To help, please refer to the draft plan or the four posters on the website: www.powys.gov.uk/haveyoursay
Powys has over 12,000 individual public rights of way which criss cross the land and offer residents and visitors choices on how best to enjoy the stunning scenery that makes up our county.
Whether people enjoy walking or cycling, wish to ride their horses on our bridle paths, run to stay fit or drive their motor vehicles on byways; the aim of the plan is to ensure the network is actively improved and open for business come rain or shine.
A bit of background:
The first plan was produced in 2007 to comply with the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. Within the Act there is a duty on the council to complete a review and produce a new plan every ten years.
This new ten year plan has been written following wide-ranging consultation with users, various community groups, residents, land owners and town and community councils.
Before we adopt it we'd like to give you the chance to comment for a second time. There is a vision, four themes and specific actions that will be progressed during the lifetime of the plan. The closing date for responses is 15 January 2019. Thank you.